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From 1863 to 1929, the '''Hummelstown Brownstone Company''' (HBC) owned and operated quarries in the Hummelstown, Pennsylvania area which produced Hummelstown brownstone, once widely used as a building stone throughout the USA. The quarries of the HBC are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. ''Note:'' This includes
Nrhp type| image = THE QUARRIES OF HUMMELSTONE BROWNSTONE COMPANY, DAUPHIN COUNTY, PA.jpg
Coordinates{{coord|40|13|48|N|76|41|30|W|display=inline,title}}
LocmapinPennsylvania#USA
Built1863
AddedFebruary 27, 2003
Area{{convert|21|acre}}
Governing bodyPrivate
Refnum03000075{{NRISref|version=2010a}}
Urlhttps://www.dot7.state.pa.us/ce/SelectWelcome.asp| title = National Historic Landmarks & National Register of Historic Places in Pennsylvania| publisher = CRGIS: Cultural Resources Geographic Information System| format = Searchable database}} ''Note:'' This includes {{cite web| url = {{NRHP-PA|H103691.pdf}} | title = National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form: Quarries of the Hummelstown Brownstone Company| accessdate = 2011-11-12| author = Ben F. Olena and Bill Blubaugh| format = PDF| date= July 2001}}
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hummelstown brownstone company
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